Undergraduate Research Assistant Positions Available
Work in the Cognitive Neuropsychology Lab

February 2011

The Cognitive Neuropsychology Laboratory is currently seeking undergraduate research assistants interested in experimental research in cognitive science.

Research assistants may work on a voluntary basis or for undergraduate course credit (Psychology 910r). Paid positions may also be available depending on experience and work-study eligibility. A minimum commitment of 10 hours per week is required.

Research assistants will help recruit participants, conduct experimental sessions, process and analyze data, design new experiments, and conduct library research on a variety of topics. Our current studies investigate how humans represent and process information about actions, objects and concepts.

Ideal candidates will have an active interest in experimental research and cognitive science. Coursework in psychology, neuroscience, statistics/mathematics and/or computer science is a plus.

To apply, please send your resume or CV, including relevant coursework and a brief description of your research interests, to Eva Naldini (enaldini@wjh.harvard.edu).

Additional information regarding our laboratory as well as a list of publications can be found on the Publications and Research portions of this website.

 

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